Sundance Winner, “Cha Cha Real Smooth” Indie writer, and director Cooper Raiff’s Sophomore project has unveiled its official trailer. The film features an unconventional love story between Raiff and Dakota Johnson, a college graduate, and a single mom. The film festival is 22 years old Andrew who is out of college and lives with his family in New Jersey with no clear life path. Andrew has no ambition and real skills.
Once he knows how to start a party. These skills give him the perfect job to inspire dance for his brother’s classmate at the bar and Bat Mitzvah.
Things take a turn for Andrew when he meets a local mother named Domino, played by Johnson. He befriends the mother and her daughter Lola and Eventually finds her discovering the future he wants. The Cast is rounded up by Brad Garrett, Leslie Mann, Raul Castilla, Odeya Rush, and newcomers Vanessa Burghardt and Even Assante “Cha Cha Real Smooth” is produced by picture start, teatime picture, and Endeavor Content. With Raiff, Johnson, Erik Feig, Jessica Switch, and RO Donnelly as a producer the film will be released in theatres on June 17, and premiere globally on Apple TV +.